Miley Cyrus Essay

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“Music is what I breath, what I love to do. It keeps me alive,” Miley Cyrus once said. Her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, knew even as a baby, Miley could sing (Miley Cyrus Quotes). She has an extraordinary story. One day Miley was just a normal girl and what seemed like the next day, a popstar. She was introduced to fame at a very young age and is currently still growing up in front of the world. She was born Destiny Hope Cyrus Miley Cyrus has lead a very unique life both through her childhood and teen life.
Miley was first impacted throughout her childhood. She was first influenced by her loving family.  For example, Miley’s father is Billy Ray Cyrus, a country singer. A very popular song of his ...view middle of the document...

The show became a huge success and received tons of fans. A Hannah Montana soundtrack was released soon after and sold over three million copies. After that, the Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus was released to showcase songs with Miley’s own name. She then went on her national tour (Best of Both Worlds) and then starred in Hannah Montana: The Movie ,which turned out very victorious. In 2011, Hannah Montana finally came to an end (Cunningham). Hannah Montana is what really turned Miley into a star. Hannah Montana influenced Miley to start her music career beyond just the show.
Finally, there is some captivating things that also influenced the life of Miley Ray Cyrus. First, the relationships Miley had impacted the woman she has become. For example, Miley was engaged to Liam Hemsworth. They had met on the movie they co-starred on “The Last Song” and started dating soon after. They got hitched after a few years together but sadly, ended up calling off the engagement after an on and off four years. This relationship really tore Miley up and lead to a dramastic change in her image (Miley Cyrus Dating History). Additionally, Miley dated Nick Jonas, one of the Jonas Brothers. She dated Nick for a while until he broke it off (Miley Cyrus Dating History) Nick influenced Miley’s song genre. Her songs became more personally and cute instead of bubbly. Moreover, a fifteen year old Miley was seen with twenty year old Justin Gaston. They met on a show hosted by Miley’s dad, but a few months later announced their split (Buckner). This influenced her personal life and it helped her more appropriately choose who she has relationships with. Meanwhile, some very influential things are what is happening in her teen career. Something that affected her the most was her change in image. For instance, Miley went from her sweet Hannah Montana years and now she is twerking on national television. She has cut off almost all her hair and dyes it an almost white color-opposed to her long caramel hair she has in previous years. She was caught smoking salvia, a legal drug, shortly after her...

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